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The Supreme Court's docket is pretty sleepy - and that's a good thing

“Would scores of people camp out on the Supreme Court sidewalk to see that argument?” That’s the question that separates sleepy SCOTUS terms from the seismic ones. And this new term’s docket, so far, is a snoozer. Yet I come to celebrate, not condemn, this development. Granted, as a lawyer, journalist...
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